Happy holidays to all our friends and families who supported United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County this year.
We are thankful to all those individuals and businesses who attended our events, supported our programs and services, patronized our Thrift Stores and provided financial support to our fundraising efforts.
For over 5 decades, UCP has made the commitment to continue to assist each person who comes through our doors, whether young or old, in reaching their goal of living life to its fullest. We have been able to accomplish this because of the support and generosity of people like you.
We hope you will consider making a year-end gift to UCP. It's tax-deductible and you'll help us continue serving people with disabilities and their families with many vital and innovative services — including the Toy and Computer Lending Libraries, Respitality for parents of children with special needs and the Adult Day program.
Life without limits for people with disabilities!
The 2014 Enforcer Girls Swimsuit Calendar is now available and a portion of proceeds from sales benefits United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County. Click here to order a copy.
The San Diego Enforcers are law enforcement, firefighter and public safety personnel who play tackle football for charity.
Enforcer Girls actively raise funds in support of their mission to assist worthwhile causes that benefit the communities they serve. The Enforcer Girls are a model for young women around the country as they maintain high ethical standards and motivation for a healthy and active lifestyle.
The Enforcer Girls proudly represent the San Diego Enforcers and are the finest dance team in the National Public Safety Football League (NPSFL). They are a high-energy dance team and perform for fans at all home and away games.
The full color calendar was shot by photographer Richard Pecjak Jr. at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa & Marina and on the beautiful beaches of Coronado.
This year's No Limits Walk, held at De Anza Cove on October 19, was a great day of Music, Food, Fun & Friends — and a resounding success!
This gentle 5k walk/roll around Mission Bay was attended by over 400, and with the help of our corporate sponsors, raised over $35,000.00 to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship for over 7,500 people in San Diego County affected by Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities.
Thanks to all this year's attendees! Your generous support allows UCP to enact real change — to revolutionize care, raise standards of living and create opportunities for persons with disabilities - one person at a time, one family at a time, throughout our community.
Click here to view pictures from the Walk.
UCP coin canisters are a small but mighty way to raise important funds for program services.
If you know of a local retailer such as a market, convenience store, gas station or fast food establishment where consumers “pay at the register,” please share your contact with our fund development staff by calling (858) 571-5365.
UCP staff and volunteers do all the work by placing, maintaining, and collecting from each location. All merchants have to do is provide a small amount of counter space.
UCP of San Diego County has over 55 years of experience serving people with disabilities and their families with many vital and innovative services.
We believe that all people should have the right to live, work and socialize in the community of their choosing. And, we’re working to make that goal a reality.
Working throughout the years to improve services with every step, UCP has program centers in San Diego and Escondido and numerous community based programs serving hundreds of local citizens on a daily basis.
Since its early beginnings, UCP of San Diego County has been committed to maintaining exceedingly high standards as evidenced by its long-standing national accreditation by The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF).
Your dollars make a huge difference in the lives of people with Cerebral Palsy.
To our thrift stores, located in Pacific Beach, City Heights and Chula Vista.
Our success depends on the skills, talents, time and energy of our many volunteers.
Give Your Spare Change
Look for our coin canisters at your favorite Coco’s, Carrow’s and Original Pancake House locations.
UCP Thrift Stores offer a unique shopping experience for our customers. We offer gently used products from vintage clothing and accessories to everyday fashions, household items, furniture, and antiques.
Our stores are conveniently located in Pacific Beach, City Heights and Chula Vista.
Serving San Diego County since 1983, Precision Assembly is a unique business that can help with your bulk mail and assembly needs.
A division of United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County, Precision Assembly offers quality service to customers and training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
The team of instructors and physically-challenged employees are dedicated to putting your needs first.
Ready Stamps is a unique full service business that can help with stamps, engraving and printing needs.
A division of United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County, Ready Stamps has been providing job training and employment for persons with disabilities since 1982.
As a manufacturer, we can provide quicker, more reliable service at a better price than those who are simply "supplying" marking devices.